Why Lakshmi is called as Chanchala (unstable / whimsical / restless) | How to welcome Lakshmi at home

Why Lakshmi is called as Chanchala (unstable / whimsical / restless) | How to welcome Lakshmi at home Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Welcome to #BhagavanBhakthi website / blog. Bhagavan Lord Sri Vishnu and Goddess Sri Lakshmi Devi blessings to you and your family! Dear friends, today let us know "Why Lakshmi is called as Chanchala (unstable / whimsical / restless)" | "How to welcome Lakshmi at home" The house where Goddess Sri Lakshmi Devi stays will always be wealthy, will always prosper and and will always be in healthy condition. But, Goddess Sri Lakshmi Devi is always unstable, whimsical, restless, fickle and thus she is called as "chanchala" (चंचल / ಚಂಚಲ / can̄cala ---> In Sanskrit language). Whoever follows a more pious and dharmic way as per our Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma), Goddess Sri Lakshmi Devi will go to such type of houses. So, even very small pious and dharmic rituals that we undertake, can make Goddess Sri Lakshmi Devi happy for us. Check out...
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Goddess Sri Lakshmi Ashtottara Shata namavali (108 names) in Sanskrit, Kannada and English languages

Goddess Sri Lakshmi Ashtottara Shata namavali (108 names) with meaning in Sanskrit, Kannada and English languages Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Just before going to the Sri Lakshmi Ashtottara Shatanamavali, let us have a brief idea about Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi. She is the consort of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. She stays with Bhagavan Sri Vishnu in an abode called Vaikuntha. She loves most her consort Bhagavan Sri Vishnu and in turn Bhagavan Sri Vishnu loves her most than anyone in this unlimited universes. She is called as Aadi Devi and also her another name is Sri Durga Devi. She stays only in such places, where her consort Bhagavan Sri Vishnu stays. If we pray Bhagavan Sri Vishnu, automatically Mother Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi will permanently stays in such places until we do pooja of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu on daily basis with utmost devotion. She doesn't like the places where Bhagavan Sri Vishnu is not prayed on...
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Goddess Lakshmi Shlokas (stotram) in Sanskrit, Kannada, English

Goddess Lakshmi Shlokas (stotram) in Sanskrit, Kannada, English Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu and Goddess Sri Lakshmi Devi blessings to you and your family! How are you doing today? Just before going to shlokas, let us have a brief idea about Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi. She is the consort of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. She stays with Bhagavan Sri Vishnu in an abode called Vaikuntha. She loves most her consort Bhagavan Sri Vishnu and in turn Bhagavan Sri Vishnu loves her most than anyone in this unlimited universes. She is called as Aadi Devi and also her another name is Sri Durga Devi. She stays only in such places, where her consort Bhagavan Sri Vishnu stays. If we pray Bhagavan Sri Vishnu, automatically Mother Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi will permanently stays in such places until we do pooja of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu on daily basis with utmost devotion. She doesn't like the places where Bhagavan Sri Vishnu is not prayed on regular basis....
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List of Lord Krishna wives (Sons / children) names

List of Lord Krishna wives (Sons / children) names

List of Lord Krishna wives (Sons / children) names Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Welcome to #BhagavanBhakthi website / blog. Bhagavan Lord Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! In this website / blog, you will always learn about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. Also subscribe to my YouTube channel from this link #BhagavanBhakthi to view videos about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. Before knowing the names of all the Bhagavan Sri Krishna's wives and children, let us first know why did Bhagavan Sri Krishna married 16,108 wives? The first 8 wives are called 'ashta bharya' (eight divine wives). In these 8 wives first two, that is, Sri Rukmini Devi and Sri Satyabhama Devi are avatars of Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi. Here both Sri Rukmini Devi and Sri Satyabhama Devi are one and the same, but in two bodies. Sri Rukmini Devi is the normal avatar of Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi, whereas, Sri Satyabhama Devi is the 'avesha' avatar of Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi. But both are...
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List of weapons used in Mahabharata (Ramayana)

List of weapons used in Mahabharata (Ramayana)

List of weapons used in Mahabharata (Ramayana) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! All the Hindu Gods have their own unique weapons. Either they will be holding the weapons in their hands or can easily using the mantras or without using the mantras can make the weapons to appear whenever required. Starting from Bhagavan Sri Vishnu, all the Devatas (Demigods) also have their own weapons. These weapons are mostly used to slay and destroy the demons who are against the Dharma and want to spread the Adharma. In Ramayana, Mahabharata, Bhagavata Purana and many other Hindu scripts give explanation about these divine weapons used by Hindu Gods and Goddesses. First let us know the names and the God or Goddess who are using these weapons, then later let us know the explanation about each of the weapons. List of weapons used in Mahabharata (Ramayana) are as given below: Content: 1. Suryastra / Bhaskarastra : Lord Surya 2. Garudastra : Lord...
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What are Krishna Tulsi vivah (marriage) amazing facts

What are Krishna Tulsi vivah (marriage) amazing facts

What are Krishna Tulsi vivah (marriage) amazing facts Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Introduction: During Samudra Manthan (churning of Ocean), Sri Hari came in as Bhagavan Sri Dhanvantari. This avatar is called as Sri Hari’s Vaidya Roopa (a physician), who came holding one Suvarna Kalasha (divine golden pot) comprising of Amrit from the samudra / ocean.   At that time aananda ashru (divine happy eye drops - आनंद अश्रु ) came out of Bhagavan Sri Dhanvantari roopa paramathma and these happy drops turned out to be Sri Tulasi Devi (Tulsi Devi). It was on Kartika poornima that the birth of Great Sri Tulasi Devi took place, that is, during the early morning Sri Tulasi Devi took her birth. List of Krishna Tulsi vivah (marriage) amazing facts are as given below: Tulsi is an avatar of Goddess Lakshmi Tulsi was born during Samudra Manthan Tulsi is the divine eye drops of Lord Dhanvantari Tulsi is known as ananda ashru (eye...
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List of Goddess Lakshmi avatars (incarnations) (names)

List of Goddess Lakshmi avatars (incarnations) (names)

List of Goddess Lakshmi avatars (incarnations) (names) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Welcome to #BhagavanBhakthi website / blog. Bhagavan Lord Sri Vishnu and Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi blessings to you and your family! In this website / blog, you will always learn about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. Also subscribe to my YouTube channel from this link #BhagavanBhakthi to view videos about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. Just before knowing about the different avatars (incarnations) of Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi, let us have a brief information about her. One of the meanings of the names of Sri MahaLakshmi Devi is that as follows: Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi = Sri + Maha + Lakshmi + Devi Here, 'Sri' means svayam Lakshmi Devi who is always inside the 'vaksha' sthala (heart) of Sri Hari (Lord Vishnu). 'Maha' means the greatest God after Sri Hari (Lord Vishnu). She is higher than Sri Brahma Deva, Sri Sarasvati Devi, Sri Rudra Deva, Sri Tulasi Devi, Sri Parvati Devi, Sri Indra Deva, Sri...
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What are Mahabharata unknown secrets

What are Mahabharata unknown secrets

What are Mahabharata unknown secrets Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! The Great Mahabharata is written by Sri Veda Vyasa Ji (He is an avatar of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu). Veda Vyasa means, he is someone who separates the divine Vedas, so that the Kali Yuga people can understand in the much better way, as the Kali Yuga people are the least intelligent. Here Veda = Divine Vedas, Vyasa = Someone who separates (who makes more and more simpler). Mahabharata is full of deep and unknown secrets. Starting from the birth of Pandavas, Bhagavan Sri Krishna until the end of the great epic Mahabharata is full of divine secrets. Only a person who has the blessings of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu / Krishna can understand more easily. Let us now start. There are unlimited number of deep secrets about the Great Granta "Mahabharata". Let us know few of them: 1. Sri Krishna's birth: Sri Krishna didn't took birth from the...
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How warriors are classified in Hinduism

How warriors are classified in Hinduism

How warriors are classified in Hinduism Namaste Sajjanas, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Hinduism is amazing and it has all the ingredients to look for. Hinduism has great Grantas (Hindu divine books) which describe anything and everything related to Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma) started from before the birth of a baby until and after death too. Hinduism explains how the heart beat starts, when it starts in the foetus (unborn baby). Hinduism has answers to all the questions around the world. Among those, let us now know about the different warriors classification in Hinduism. According to the Great Sanatana Dharma, there are different warriors who can be classified into different groups. Let us understand, how and why the warriors are classified into multiple groups: 1. रथी/ Rathi: He / She is a warrior capable of attacking a minimum of 5,000 warriors simultaneously. (Examples are Dasharatha Maharaja, Janaka Maharaja, Jatayu Pakshi, Vibhishana Maharaja etc). 2. अतिरथी/ Atirathi: He / She is a warrior capable of contending at least...
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Who killed whom in Mahabharata

Who killed whom in Mahabharata

Who killed whom in Mahabharata Namaste Sajjanas, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Mahabharata is the greatest epic that the mankind has ever heard and witnessed. Mahabharata says millions of people were killed in this great 'dharma yuddha' (Dharma war). Starting from Duryodhana, Shakuni, Dusshasana, Karna, Jayadrata, etc etc etc all were slayed down only because of their 'adharma karya' (Adharma works). Mahabharata teaches great lesson, that whatever we sow, same we will get as the fruits. If we do good Karma, we will get good fruits. If we do bad Karma, we will get fruits as per our bad Karmas. In Hindi there is a saying, "Jaise karni, waise bharni", means, the fruits we get depends on our type of works / Karmas (good or bad). Let us know, who killed who in Mahabharata. Let us consider during the Mahabharata war and also during other situation during the Mahabharata period. Ø    Putana - She was killed by Sri Krishna. She...
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